One of the biggest tournaments in tennis is just about to begin, and it is of course, Wimbledon. The green grass fields produced many champions over the years, and one of them is the currently ranked no. 1 player in the world, Novak Djokovic. He is one of the main favorites to win it all once again this year, but recently some questions were raised concerning receiving illegal coaching advice during matches. The tennis player denied all of this, but did state that all of the players use some helpful hints from their coaches.
Serbian player is currently coached by the former champion Boris Becker, who recently had some comments of his own on this subject. Becker claimed that all coaches use some signs which point out to their player’s mistakes. This is an interesting thing to say, as ATP rules clearly state that any form of coaching between a player and coaching staff is forbidden during matches. Djokovic stated that he did not feel like he received a lot of tips during matches, and that he did not do anything that was not allowed. Instead, he claimed that small gestures between him and his coaching staff are used more as a motive, and a stress relief point. Furthermore, getting some much needed cheer from the people you are closest to can bring you that extra confidence, which is so vital in the sport of tennis.
Djokovic pointed out that there are a lot of cameras on the court, constantly monitoring the box where the coach sits, so it would be an impossible task to show any signals without getting caught. The public likes Novak for his honesty, and it was demonstrated once again in this case. He admitted there always are some situations where small inputs are given. At the end of the day, tennis is a very competitive sport, and players, as well as coaches, can get carried away. It is only important to keep everything in the normal range, and not break the rules. Novak claims that every situation is different, and sometimes small communication can be allowed. Just as long as it does not become a regular thing. To make sure that the rules are being followed, the supervisor and chair umpire are there, and if they feel like the rules are bent, they can react at weedsta.com any time.
After being stopped in the finals of French Open by Stanislas Wawrinka, Djokovic will try to recover mentally and collect the energy necessary to win the tournament. It was a big blow for the talented Serbian player, as that is the only Grand Slam missing from his collection. Like in some earlier years, he decided to skip a couple of tournaments, in order to get ready for Wimbledon. As he admits, the problem was not the one of a physical nature, but he was very drained emotionally. Novak took his time to rest with his family, and is now 100% ready to take on any challenge at hand, and defend his crown.